Berlin Gourmet Food Tour:
The Best of the Wurst
“German food is so bad that even Hitler was a vegetarian”
Dylan Moran, comedian
Between the steady gentrification and influx of immigrants and refugees, Berlin’s culinary scene has boomed in the past few years and shows no sign of letting up. In addition to a wide variety of traditional to modern German cuisine, Berlin also plays host to the fruits of its metropolitan identity in the form of great Israeli, Vietnamese, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Turkish food, alongside the constant growth of strange little culinary paradises waiting to be discovered.
Want to know where to get the best shakshuka in Berlin? How to actually get a reservation for that restaurant with the unpronouncable name? We’re on it.
Suggested Private Tour Sights
We like to keep our fingers on the pulse, which means the spots for our culture tours can change as quickly as the city does. We are more than happy to discuss with you what exactly that entails, feel free to send a quick email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or contact us via our booking form (here) and we can discuss the specifics further.
For information on tour prices, check our (FAQ section).
We ask that you enquire about bookings seven days in advance, so as to allow ample time to tailor your request to your personal wishes. We are, however, also available for last minute bookings – if uncertain, please do ask.
Bookings can be made using our booking form (here). We will reply within 24 hours and present an offer based on your preferences.
In some instances payment can be made in cash at the end of the tour directly to the guide. Payment in advance can be made by secure bank transfer/credit card/PayPal. Tours booked within ten days of the date of the tour must be paid in advance. (See our FAQ section for more details)